Why shop for TVs on Cyber Monday?
As we've reported, you've got less time to finish your holiday shopping this year than you did last. And in response, many retailers are upping their online sales and deals.
Julie Ramhold, a consumer analyst with with DealNews.com, told BETTER that some of the “best prices ever” on TVs are being rolled out this Black Friday — and many of the deals we found below have maintained their Black Friday prices through today's Cyber Monday sales. We also found new ones for you to consider.
How to buy the best TV for you
Before looking for your Cyber Monday TV deal, check out our guide to buying TVs.
Best Cyber Monday TV Deals
This top-line TV is definitely an investment, and so $400 in savings is valuable if this is what you were hoping to achieve in your next TV. The 4K UHD resolution is designed for extra vibrant colors and less blur. The built-in Google Assistant means this TV can become your very-visual smart assistant and let you control all of your smart home devices from one place — not to mention play any of your streaming apps through the Chromecast interface.
This TV's got built-in Roku so setting up your streaming apps is seamless. It also comes with auto game mode that automatically enhances performance by offering smoother action, lower latency and some of the best picture settings for gaming, making it an all-around family-oriented pleaser.
Vizio's M-Series TVs include what the brand had previously only built into its P-Series models, most notable being its Quantum color configuration. The TVs in both series sport brains that have been completely reinvented with SmartCast 3.0 — it lets you control your TV through any of your smart speakers, not to mention native capabilities that make watching TV kind of fun.
If Samsung's 65-inch QLED TV above is pricey for your Cyber Monday budget, check out this similar, 49-inch edition, which you can get right now for less than $500.
Highly-rated and coming in at less than $200, this 43-inch smart TV with built-in Fire TV (Amazon's streaming platform) is your way in to all its programming, as well as traditional apps like Netflix and Hulu.